Lightsmith 2.0, Lists and Comments

One more important action needed from you:

The dust has settled from the first phase of our email changeover, and there is one more very important step I ask you to take before we wrap up this topic. We now have 4 different email lists, and you may only be on one. Why 4? Because we want you to have more control over what you receive from us. Since our new website is blog-based, each time we add a new post an email is sent. You may not care about receiving all of them, so we have made categories from which to choose. ​


This is the list for news, announcements, event reminders and all the latest stuff going on at Lightsmith. Anyone receiving this notice by email is already on this list.


Chris and Michele like to share insights and offer perspectives about current energies and experiences. To receive these personal comments you need to add yourself to this list.


Kind of like hanging out at the coffee shop. Either we or others in our community makes a post meant to encourage conversation through comments from you. Not exactly Facebook, but more than regular email.

Visible and Present

Primarily for people who have completed the In Your Element or Visible and Present clothing playshops with Michele. Among other things, Michele can now post photos to this list in real time when she’s out shopping. She loves to share where a Fire-Earth can grab the perfect new top, shoes or pants :)

So, first thing is to go to the email list sign-up page. Select the list(s) you wish to be on and click submit. This is an opt-in process, so you will receive a link by email to complete the process for each list you select. So, we’re done with THAT.

Now for the fun part:

When you receive email from us you can click on the title and go straight to our website where you can make comments at the bottom of each new post. Give it a try on this one and say hello. Almost every page on our site has comments enabled, including all posts, class descriptions and shop items. Feel free to add your own experiences or viewpoints, if you wish. There are several quietly powerful features built into the new site, and the ability to add comments is one of them. Tomorrow I’ll tell you about another.


About Chris

Chris LaFontaine is a consciousness geek who shares his perspectives on life with minimal prompting. He may profess through writing, media, photography or music. Leave a comment below or Email Chris